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19 July 2013
Stage is Set for Excitement at PSA 2013!
US - The Poultry Science Association (PSA) Annual Meeting is almost here and Novus is excited to be a part of it for another consecutive year. ...
Novus Researchers to Present Six Abstracts at PSA Conference
US – Novus is presenting evidence and scientific findings with a series of technical oral and poster presentations it has prepared for the annual Poultry Science Association (PSA) next week....
16 July 2013
Corn, Soybean Production Prospects Continue to Evolve
US - The corn and soybean markets continue to reflect uncertainty about the potential size of the 2013 US corn and soybean crops, writes Darrel Good....
12 July 2013
Special Report: USDA Data a Bit Bearish for Corn, Soybeans, But Focus Already Back to Weather
ANALYSIS - The US Department of Agriculture on Thursday raised slightly its projected ending stocks figures for corn and soybeans, while slightly lowering wheat stocks, as of the end of their marketing years in 2014, writes Jim Wyckoff, grains analyst....
04 July 2013
Male Broilers Get More Out of DDGS
US - Using practical diets, researchers based in West Virginia found that Cobb 500 male broilers responded slightly better than expected in terms of utilising lysine and phosphorus in maize distillers dried grains and solubles (DDGS)....
01 July 2013
Salmonella Reduced in Turkey Field Trial with Original XPC
US - Original XPC helps reduce Salmonella in turkey field trial, reports Don McIntyre, PhD, PAS, Director for North American Poultry Research & Technical Service with Diamond V....
Livestock, Poultry Groups Urge Congress to Repeal RFS
US - Following an announcement by Sens. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.), Mark Pryor (D-Ark.) and Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) that they have introduced the bipartisan Renewable Fuels Standard Repeal Act, (S. 1195) the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), National...
Corn, Soybean Market Prospects Following USDA Reports
US - The USDA’s 1 June "Grain Stocks" and "Acreage" reports contained estimates that were generally as expected for soybeans, but both reports contained surprises for corn. The estimates were friendly for old crop price prospects, but negative for...
25 June 2013
Novus Presents Fifth Annual Sustainability Report
US - Novus International has released its fifth annual sustainability report that provides detailed information and examples of how the company works hand-in-hand with its stakeholders and network of business partners to improve and advance their sustainability...
19 June 2013
IFAMA Appoints New President, CEO
US - Novus International President and CEO, Thad Simons, has been appointed to lead the Board of International Food and Agribusiness Management Association (IFAMA)....
18 June 2013
Anticipating USDA June Stocks and Acreage Reports
US - On 28 June, the USDA will release the 1 June "Grain Stocks" and June "Acreage" reports that will set the tone for both old and new crop corn and soybean prices. These reports have the potential to provide large surprises, writes Darrel Good....
17 June 2013
The 'Chew On This Tour' Visits Novus International
US - The “Chew on This Tour” visited Novus International on 12 June in St. Charles, MO as part of their tour to promote awareness of food insecurity. ...
12 June 2013
IPPE Introduces New Website
US - The International Production & Processing Expo has a new website, designed to enhance the online experience of show attendees. The website combines the International Poultry Expo, International Feed Expo, and International Meat Expo’s individual...
11 June 2013
Corn Production Difficult to Anticipate
US - The corn market appears to be having difficulty anticipating the likely size of the 2013 US crop. Over the past three weeks, December 2013 corn futures have traded from a low of $5.12 to a high of $5.735 as production expectations continue to unfold,...
30 May 2013
CME: Corn, Soybean Plantings Behind Schedule
US - USDA’s weekly "Crop Progress" report indicates that both soybean and corn planting remain well behind schedule and are both roughly at the level of 1993 — NOT a good comparison if one wants large crops, write Steve Meyer and Len Steiner....
Biomin Releases Latest Results of Mycotoxin Survey
US - Since 2005, Biomin has been conducting extensive studies documenting the occurrence of mycotoxins worldwide. The Biomin Mycotoxin Survey Program 2012 details once again the distribution of mycotoxins according to their region of origin and commodity...
29 May 2013
Maternal Consumption of Original XPC Improves Progeny Performance
US - It has been established that feeding Diamond V Original XPC to livestock and poultry improves reproductive performance. ...
Focus Shifts to Soybean Planting Progress
US - The late start to the 2013 corn planting season has created concerns about the likely magnitude of planted acreage and likely yield potential, writes Darrel Good....
27 May 2013
Young Scientist Winners Crowned
US - Two students have received the distinction of Alltech Young Scientist for research demonstrating an exceptional awareness of science and its role in shaping the future of agriculture. ...
22 May 2013
Land O'Lakes Shows 'Solid' First Quarter Performance
US – Dairy focused agricultural cooperative, Land O’Lakes has reported first quarter earnings of $72 million and net sales up 6 per cent to $4.2 billion....
21 May 2013
Corn, Soybean Prices Continue to Retrace 2012 Drought Rally
US - Corn and soybean prices rallied sharply beginning in July 2012 as US drought conditions unfolded. It was generally expected that prices would follow the pattern experienced in other "short crop" years, with prices peaking near harvest and then returning...
09 May 2013
Arkansas In-feed Probiotic Helps Control Campy
US - Researchers in Arkansas have succeeded in identifying a probiotic isolate which, when fed to growing chicken, reduced the colonisation of the gut by Campylobacter....
07 May 2013
Mixed Rate of Corn Consumption, but Does it Matter?
US - Most of the discussion in the corn market has centered on US planting progress, the likely magnitude of planted acreage, and the US average yield potential, writes Darrel Good....
06 May 2013
Negative Impacts of Ethanol Mandates to House Committee
US - The National Chicken Council (NCC) last week provided detailed comments to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce in response to a white paper the committee issued that asked nine questions for agricultural sector stakeholders specifically addressing...
30 April 2013
How Large Does the Corn Crop Need to Be?
US - Based on corn planting intentions of nearly 97.3 million acres (implied harvested acres for grain near 90.2 million) and a trend yield of 161.5 bushels, the 2013 season started with expectations of a record U.S. crop near 14.6 billion bushels, writes...
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